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Interesting Hues and Textures Help Achieve an Art Deco Feel In A 72sqm Unit

Be prepared to see a space you’d want to live in—and entertain in, too

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Photography: Ocs Alvarez/ACME Visual Productions Interior Designer: Vianca Anonuevo-Favila, JC Arcega, and Mark Steven Perez of Empire Designs and Carlo Mecate

By choosing to keep the look subdued yet updated with modern elements, designers successfully create an art deco feel for this two-bedroom unit for a young family.

Carlo Mecate worked on the master bedroom and kid’s room, which both show subtle elegance. For the living and dining areas, Vianca Anonuevo-Favila, JC Arcega, and Mark Steven Perez of Empire Designs made use of modern elements inspired by art deco details. Take a quick tour of the home below:

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